Oil Change

SELECTING THE CORRECT OIL FOR YOUR VEHICLE

Today’ smaller, higher performance engines require proper lubrication to maintain maximum fuel economy, wear reduction and to improve engine cleanliness.

Not only is dexos1 Gen 2 Full Synthetic Oil affordable and specifically engineered for GM vehicles, it’s backwards compatible with previous model years for your Chevrolet, GMC, Buick or Cadillac. That’s why we use it as the standard oil at Certified Service.

GM Dexos 5W30 full synthetic oil change

Everyday Price: $59.95

 

Includes up to 5 litres of oil and new filter (where applicable), top-up of washer fluid, chassis lubrication, and engine air and cabin air filter inspection

GM Dexos 0W20 full synthetic oil change

Everyday Price: $87.95
(Most GM trucks, small engine 0W20 oil change with up to 5L oil $69.95)
Includes up to 8 litres of oil and new filter (where applicable), top-up of washer fluid, chassis lubrication, and engine air and cabin air filter inspection

5W20 full synthetic oil change

Everyday Price: $63.95

 

Includes up to 5 litres of oil and new filter (where applicable), top-up of washer fluid, chassis lubrication, and engine air and cabin air filter inspection

Non-GM? No problem! We service all makes!

Our everyday price of $63.95 includes up to 5L of 5W20 synthetic oil and new filter.

OIL CHANGE WARNING SIGNS

Lack of proper engine oil maintenance can potentially damage your engine, imposing costly repairs. Below you will find a number of indicators that will help you prevent damaging your engine.

Oil Life Monitoring Prompt

When the CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message displays, service is required for your vehicle as soon as possible. In some cases, the Oil Life Monitoring System might not indicate the need for vehicle service for up to 6 months. The engine oil and filter must be changed at least twice a year and the Oil Life Monitoring System must be reset.

If your vehicle is not equipped with an Oil Life Monitoring System, consult your Service and Maintenance Schedule located in your vehicle Owner's Manual.

Tailpipe Smoke

Heavy smoke from your tailpipe, perhaps with a blue tinge, is a strong indicator that oil is being burned within your engine. This can be caused by a number of factors. If you are experiencing any unusual tailpipe emissions, see your Certified Service experts right away.

Oil Leaks

One of the most immediate signs of an issue with your oil is a noticeable leak. If you detect a leak, address it with your Certified Service expert as soon as possible. Catching a problem early can save you time and money and prevent a potential roadside emergency.

Oil Pressure Low / Oil Level Low

Low engine oil pressure or low oil level can cause extreme and costly damage to your engine. If this message displays, safely bring your vehicle to a stop as soon as is practicable. Check the oil level immediately or contact Roadside Assistance to get you on your way or to bring your vehicle to a Certified Service dealer.

Under-Hood Smoke

One of the most recognizable and dangerous oil warning signs is visible smoke coming from your engine. Oil leaking within the engine compartment burns when it drips onto hot engine parts and can be potentially hazardous. Leaks of this type should be addressed immediately by roadside assistance.